Donate your car. The charity in Australiya

THE HASSLE FREE OPTION TO SELL YOUR CARRIER!

Do you want to quickly and easily get rid of your car? Donate your car, and you can help Kids Under Cover stop youth homelessness in Australia.We will pick up your car and sell it. Proceeds from the sale of your vehicle will go towards Kids Under Cover’s work in ending youth homelessness. Plus, your vehicle donation is 100% tax-deductible

Donate Your Car helped raise more than $16million to date. It provides funding for financially disadvantaged young people between 12 and 25 years old to continue their education. Our studio program provides secure, stable accommodation for young people who are at risk of being homeless.

 

Donate your car. The charity in Australiya

Kids Under Cover has assisted over 4000 young people, and given over 2200 scholarships. There are 600 studios currently in use, housing over 900 young adults. We help them connect with their community, family and education.

“Back on July 2017, Ross Wilson gave us a very unusual donation. Ms Swift recalls that the Australian singer-songwriter gave his beloved big blue Jackaroo’ to her.Do you want to quickly and easily get rid of your used vehicle? Donate your car, and you can help Kids Under Cover stop youth homelessness in Australia.

 

Your vehicle will then be taken to us for auction. Proceeds from the sale of your car can help Kids Under Cover fund their work in preventing youth homelessness. Your vehicle donation is also 100% tax-deductible.Donate Your Car helped raise more than $16million to date. It provides funding for financially disadvantaged young people between 12 and 25 years old to continue their education. Our studio program provides secure, stable accommodation to young people at-risk of becoming homeless.

 

Kids Under Cover has assisted over 4000 young people, and given over 2200 scholarships. There are 600 studios currently in use, housing over 900 young adults. We help them connect with their community, family and education.Ross told us many stories of the car’s history. The car was once used to transport music equipment between gigs. The Holden used to be owned by Mike Brady (known for the football anthem High Up Cazaly).

Updated: January 1, 2023 — 7:19 am

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